When the Wet Nurse Register Launches, It Could Be a Model for Nurses in Crisis

When the Register launches in March, its mission is to educate nurses and to provide a resource for them to seek help in crisis situations. 

The Register is an online portal that allows nurses to find and share information on various issues affecting them, including mental health, pregnancy, breastfeeding, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.

The Register is not a medical website, which means that its primary purpose is not medical. 

It will also allow nurses to share their experience and experiences as a patient, nurse, provider, or caregiver. 

“The Register will be a resource that is easy to use, has the right tools, and will make nurses in crisis feel more comfortable when they come to the Registry,” Register CEO John Kessel said. 

Its mission is rooted in the belief that nurses need to share the same information they need to have a safe, effective, and healthy relationship with patients. 

Kessel said he is also excited to see the Register becoming a model for other healthcare providers and the public, who might not have access to the same resources that nurses have. 

As of May 2019, the Register had over 9.2 million members, which is approximately 10 percent of all registered nurses in the U.S. and the majority of registered nurses working in the state of Florida. 

A nurse’s career can take many different paths, and many are nurses, nurse anesthetists, pharmacists, dental hygienists, social workers, and others. 

In the last 30 years, nurse-supervising jobs have increased by an average of 18 percent, with more than two-thirds of these jobs being filled by non-teaching nurses. 

Currently, there are over 100,000 nursing-care professional positions in the United States, including nurses, registered nurses, nursing assistants, certified nurse midwives, and nursing psychologists. 

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